bridling

Discussion in 'GEORGIA RIVERS TALK' started by diertae, Apr 2, 2006.

  1. diertae

    diertae New Member

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    does any one know how to bridle baitfish?
     
  2. r ward

    r ward New Member

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    I have not heard of that but I hope you get an answer cause I would like to know you might check in the member discusion thread
     

  3. vinny

    vinny New Member

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    bridling bridl a harness maybywith hookes on it I have seen it for musky fishing was a rat whit a harness on a pice of wood and you float it away and yank the board out and then wait for the strike
     
  4. diertae

    diertae New Member

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    i saw bridling used mainly for marlin baitfish. im thinking it would be effective for shiners, bluegill, eels when targeting flatheads. It supposedly keeps the bait alive longer. unfortunately i dont know the technique. gotta get those flatheads.:rolleyes:
     
  5. diertae

    diertae New Member

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